I am trying to sftp into an a server hosted by someone else. To make sure this worked I did the standard sftp firstname.lastname@example.org i was promted with the password and that worked fine. I am setting ...
How, if at all, do SSH keys differ from asymmetric keys used for other purposes, e.g. email signing? I'm prompted to ask this, in part, because on OS X, there are apps available to manage SSH keys ...
I want to achieve something like tar -c directory | openssl foo > encrypted_tarfile.dat I need the openssl tool to use public key encryption. I found an earlier question about symmetric ...
My boss posed this problem to me: Encrypted: We need an encrypted database for miscellanious passwords we use at work that are currently only in people's head. Easily accessable: Someone needs to be ...
I'm looking for a web front-end or some easy way to get a user who's never been exposed to cryptography / digital signatures etc. to simply copy/paste my GPG signed (not encrypted) email and specify ...
Can some one please tell me, for using SSH, why does a host also need to have a public and private key? And how can I generate a public/private key pair for myself?